Uncovering a grand conspiracy that encompasses nations, Jonathan Malone must face his past if he wants to expose a criminal mastermind and save himself.An FBI rookie is recruited for a top-secret mission that touches on his past. The same man who murdered his parents has come back, hoping to finish the job. With a small team of men, Jonathan searches out conspiracy on an international level, conspiracy rooted in all the top organizations--FBI, CIA, even the White House. Will he be able to catch a master criminal, with a long list of crimes that started with the redistribution of the wealth stolen from the Jews in WWII? How deep does the mystery go?
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Best-selling author of such novels as Leviathan, Cain, and Nightbringer, will release his latest novel, The Scam, in early 2006.
The novel begins when FBI rookie, Jonathan Malone is recruited for a top-secret mission â " a mission that touches on his past. The same man who murdered his parents has come back to finish the job. Jonathan must search out an international conspiracy of epic proportions and uncover a long list of crimes that date as far back as World War II in order to avenge his past.
â James Byron Huggins has the gift of storytelling,â said Robert Whitaker Jr., vice president of Whitaker House. â His stories are deep, probing, and thought-provoking â " a great read for anyone who likes mysteries.â
Whitaker House, located outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has more than 30 years of experience in producing biblically based products that minister to the needs of people around the world.About the Author:
A veteran novelist, James Byron Huggins' life story reads more like fiction than fact. After working as a newspaper reporter, Huggins left journalism to help persecuted Christians in eastern Europe. From Texas, he worked with the Christian underground in the Iron Curtain, spending his life savings and becoming homeless. Huggins left America to offer assistance to Romanian Christians. He often remained hidden for days at a time in order to survive. After returning home, Huggins again worked as a journalist before becoming a policeman. Huggins then left law enforcement to pursue full-time writing.
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